Here at Gerson Relocation, we keep up-to-speed with the latest trends and developments within the corporate relocation, private relocation, overseas moving, and international relocation sector – our core area of business.
And a part of that ongoing professional process is reviewing the latest global mobility Report from the RES Forum.
The RES Forum was launched in 2006 as an independent community for international HR and Mobility professionals, and is now the largest and most active network specialising in global mobility survey data, modelling, and analytics.
We work within the global mobility sector, so trends that might affect the industry can affect the way we work, and the corresponding service we offer our global client base of companies and private individuals seeking relocation.
The RES Forum and the analytical work carried out within the group also helps us to gain additional insight into how mobility teams are planning their policy, which enables us to more effectively advise on developing trends.
The RES Forum utilises statistics gleaned from large global companies. The statistics from the Forum are incredibly useful in understanding forming trends within the relocation sector.
The RES Forum 2015 annual global mobility Report makes for useful reading, and it highlights that the global mobility industry is constantly changing: most mobility teams have now realised that there’s a greater need to retain the talent they’ve invested money and time in.
To invest in an assignee only to see them feel that they are not supported overseas fully or that the experience they’ve gained from working abroad is not valued when they return home can be an issue if not dealt with – and could cause the assignee to even leave the company completely.
This then starts the whole expensive process of recruiting another employee.
The annual RES Forum global mobility Report enables mobility teams to align their policy with best practice within the industry, helping them to retain top talent.
The latest annual RES Forum global mobility Report for 2015 has now been published, featuring upcoming trends within the industry in the remainder of 2015 and beyond.
If you’d like a copy of the RES Forum global mobility Report, please email Phil Oakey directly PhilOakey@gersonrelocation.com.